Discover Europe's oldest museum, open until 14 September

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The antique sculptures were bought by King Gustav III during his trip to Italy in 1783. Photo: Alexis Daflos/The Royal Court.

The northeast wing of the palace houses two stone galleries featuring antique sculptures. They were bought by King Gustav III and put on public display back in 1794. The sculptures are positioned as they were in the 1790s. Welcome to Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities!
The museum is open for the season daily from 15 May until 14 September.
 
Find out more about the museum and the sculptures hereopens in new window.

Find your way around the palace, and find out more about the various attractions:

Teckning: Ingrid Jonsson Gremo
1. Tickets & Informationopens in new window and the Royal Gift Shopopens in new window
2. The Reception Rooms
3. Changing of the Guard
4. The Tre Kronor Museum opens in new window
5. Gustav III's Museum of Antiquitiesopens in new window (open during the summer months)
6. The Treasuryopens in new window
7. The Royal Armoury (under separate management — not included in entrance fee to the Palace)